Publisher Tom Watson wrote this article right after the Aug.1915 hanging (conducted by the crème de la crème of the frustrated people of Georgia themselves after two years of spurious legal delays) of the pedophile, rapist, and murderer Leo Frank, a prominent Jewish official and businessman whom major Jewish-owned or influenced newspapers protested was a victim of antisemitism.
Watson defends the "lynching" (which carried out a death sentence supported by three juries and five levels of the court system) and goes beyond this to make his strongest statements yet about the bane of Jewish media sway over America.
He also discusses two other famous cases of that day of supposed "antisemitism," the Captain Alfred Dreyfus case in France (regarding a Jewish officer convicted of espionage and treason) and the Menachem Beilis case in Ukraine/Russia (about a Jew convicted of ritually murdering and draining the blood from a little Slavic child).
This is the powerful post-lynching article about the Leo Frank murder case by Thomas E. Watson of Georgia, a crusading anti-Frank newspaper and magazine publisher, a former trial lawyer, state legislator, US Congressman and soon-to-be US Senator. Here Watson is again defending in his magazine the honor of his state, its legal system, and the fairness and evidence of the 1913 murder trial conducted by Judge Leonard Roan.
But in addition he now also justifies the lynchers who had just hanged the CONVICTED MURDERER, high-ranking Jewish official, pedophile, serial adulterer, sexual harasser, sweatshop manager, and child-labor abuser Leo Max Frank on August 17, 1915.
He also discusses the sensational 1906 Stanford White murder (a star American architect was killed by an enraged husband); the failed, unchivalrous attempt by King George IV of England to bend the law protecting his wife; the 1890s Jewish Dreyfus case in France; the then-recent (1911) Jewish Beiliss case in Russia (a Kiev, Ukraine ritual-murder trial); and Watson looks over then recent cases and charges Jewry with an unspoken policy:
If a rich Jew murders a Gentile, or betrays his country (Dreyfus), then the legal system must not be allowed to punish him.
Note: The three-minute introduction version is here; the full version elsewhere.
The full four-hour version of this audiobook can be found here https://archive.org/details/Thomas-Watson-Leo-Frank-Jew-Pervert-Sept-1915
May 28, 2017 Subject:
The above item is the full September 1915 audiobook transformation with commentary
Great work John de Nugent, on producing this 4-hour audiobook transformation, but with 21st-century elucidating commentary to help the listener understand things in modern context. You did an outstanding job contextualizing the historiography of this case in your 5 part audiobook series from Watson's Magazine, January, March, August, September, and October of 1915.
You have another version of this exact same audiobook published with an icon of the U.S. Constitution, but it's only 3 minutes long, and might confuse some people into thinking the file was cut off. That incomplete version is a teaser of sorts.
People should download this audiobook here from www.archive.org (and all the other audiobooks by John de Nugent) because there are efforts from the usual suspect, to get it and others censored from the Internet. This audiobook should be uploaded to every file sharing web-site on the Internet as a precautionary measure to protect it from the relentless efforts of anti-Gentile activists who hide their real agenda behind scarewords (like "hate", "bigotry", "anti-Semitism" etc...). They are losing the battle as these meant-to-be-epithets become meaningless and more people realize they are codewords to stifle the open discussion of ideas.
Seeing this great work made into an audiobook will ensure that for future generations to come, the truth reaches many today and even more tomorrow. This audiobook will act as a vaccine from the lies that will continue to be told by Frankites (Leo Frank partisans). Thank you, Dr. De Nugent for this medicine!
U.S. Senator for Georgia, Tom Watson, wrote five booklets on the murder of Mary Phagan and Leo Frank case, having published them in his Watson's Magazine during the year 1915. These five booklets have been transformed into audiobooks by John de Nugent (Listen to ALL 5 of them) during the centennial year of their production.
21st Century Audiobooks: WATSON'S MAGAZINE FIVE ISSUES ABOUT LEO FRANK AND MARY PHAGAN